Written by Pavan Kumar on September 24, 2009
There are many times we strive to sort some list in an alphabetical order. The most easy way to do it offline is to use spreadsheet softwares like Microsoft Excel etc. which requires you to enter every text individually into cells and sort it on various terms.
If you have a series of text in some comma separated format or line by line and want to sort it in an alphabetical order, Alphabetizer can help you.
This is specially useful when you want to sort all your mail id contacts or cell phone contacts in a specific order before handing over it to your friend or while backing up your entire contact list. This has options to help you strip HTML, ignore cases while sorting the words, converting to lowercase. This also provides you an option to make the list in reverse or random order and you can convert only first character into capital letter. You can also remove duplicate entries in any given text.
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